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FACT: Human resource professionals can choose to be HR generalists or specialize in labor relations, compliance, compensation and benefits, and other areas.

FACT: Median annual wage for human resource specialists was $55,800 in May 2012; median annual wage for labor relations specialists was $54,660 in May 2012.*

Prepare for your career at NWTC

Human Resources Associate Degree - Starts September 2013 - Apply now!

Two-year program with flexible start/completion options - Get complete program information

Offered at NWTC locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Sturgeon Bay, Crivitz, Luxemburg, Niagara, Oconto Falls, and Shawano

Are you a good fit for this program?

Yes - if you're currently in the HR field, you want to be in the HR field, or you work in small business that has HR needs. You can be a new high school graduate or have business experience.

Start here. Go anywhere.

With the Human Resources program, you can prepare for a career or begin your bachelor's degree. Grads can transfer as juniors to Franklin University.

Typical careers in this field include human resources generalist; hiring coordinator; payroll/benefits coordinator; staffing coordinator; labor relations specialist; compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialist; and training and development specialist.

Certificate options are also available

Earn credentials with short-term certificates as you progress through the program. Certificates may also be taken on an individual basis to fit your needs.

Questions?

Contact Janice Keller, NWTC Business and Information Technology Department, janice.keller@nwtc.edu, (920) 498-5459, (800) 498-6982, ext. 5459

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook - 2014-2015 Edition - Human Resources Specialists and Labor Relations Specialists